The ruins of the Ballinrobe military barracks
Nostalgia for outdoor webbing... It's raining for now in Ireland...Bill, have a nice saturday in family.~~~
Hi Bill.nice looking outside.Greetings from Patricia.
He's a cutie.
Well seen, a sweety....:)
Is he waiting for his human? He is very cute.
Normally a more common place for cats but he/she can have it.
What a cute dog, love the photo! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.
A very good shot from a very cute dog.
...how much is the doggie in the window?
What is he thinking, I wonder.God bless.
How beautiful and well those moments of daily life are portrayed.Best regards.
I have a feeling somebody won that spot today. Lovely creature!
I bet that little dog is spoiled.
He/she appears pensive.
Such a cutie.
He wants to join you on your walk! How cute!
Aww wee soul wants out!
My mom and dad had a dog that looked just like this one.
He looks out longingly.
He looks so sweet!
He looks patient too.
OhhBill!!How cute is this!Soo little nice fellow:))I love the picture and the dog!You really got a pretty shoot here Bill!
cute and posing beautifully, albeit unknowingly:) Happy weekend Bill:)
I think This cute dog waiting one! Looks really great.
Seguro que se siente solo y está esperando que lleguen a la casa sus propietarios. No deja de mirar a través del cristal.
Such a cute little dog! I hope he's not lonely!
I think he wants out. :) Cute picture.
What a cutie. He would love to join you for a walk. Bill, thank you for leaving comments on my blog. Always good to hear from you.
Bello perrito se ve algo triste. Te mando un beso
Another great header.
Such a cutie!
What a cutie!
Smart doggie, keeping guard and staying warm at the same time!
He sat well inside the frame of the window, for you to shoot lovely! Have a nice week ahead
Awww such a sweetie :)All the best Jan
This little doggie does look a bit forlorn, Bill, and perhaps is waiting for its master to return.
Uma foto encantadora! Adorei ver!!!Um grande abraço!Ana